While none of our public universities in Arnold's California are on the level or ranking of a Harvard or Yale, two made high scores on the 1st tier of national universities at www.usnews.com. With the California financial crisis, especially in education, Cal Berkeley is still ranked #21 in the nation and University of California, Los Angeles is #24. This is good news even with all the cutbacks Arnold has made in education. That being said, I have looked at these rankings and at one time, Berkeley was usually a top #10 school in most surveys as an undergraduate institution, but this was when we didn't have such an anti-education governor such as Arnold. I will be so glad when he leaves office in Sacramento. Good riddance.